methoxsalen

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methoxsalen

 [mĕ-thok´sah-len]
an acrylic acid compound that induces melanin production on exposure of the skin to ultraviolet radiation; used orally and topically in the treatment of idiopathic vitiligo, mycosis fungoides, and psoriasis.
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methoxsalen

A photosensitising psoralen that is given systemically or topically before the skin is exposed to UV light, as part of treatment for psoriasis, eczema, vitiligo and some cases of cutaneous lymphoma.
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methoxsalen

Oxsoralen® Dermatology A photosensitizing psoralen, given systemically or topically, after which the skin is exposed to UV light. See Psoriasis, PUVA.
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